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Feb 25, 2013 2:00pm EST
expectations. they aren't any weaker. keeping in mind the defense industry for pentagon, coming from the pentagon and defense budget expected to be hard hit if the sequester gez through. back to you. >> i will pick it up from there. i'm glad you mentioned defense stocks. we will talk about that more in the show. rick santelli, how are treasuries reacting to the fun and games? >> same way as every market from the s&p to the euro currency to dollar index, we have seen a big reversal. we are now at a 187 yield having closed near that since the 24th of january. we close at 176 which means we are up 11 basis point on the year and maybe the most important issue is we can now somewhat get an idea of what the reasoning for higher rate has been. it's been so of the issues of funding in europe. we've isolated it. now if this is a reverend up um on the euro and i know i'm way too early jumping the gun on that. when it is hard to get something from the treasury market, today is a day of a bit of enlightenment. >> rick santelli, grazzi. see you again sometime here. >>> mark set struggling to find
CNBC
Feb 7, 2013 4:00pm EST
the pentagon to allocate the cuts in their best judgment rather than forcing certain cuts on them. that would be one helpful thing, but i think the bargaining power almost requires that we allow it to happen before -- before anybody is going to get serious about their negotiation. i agree. it's a terrible idea, but it's maybe a bad idea whose time has come. >> laura you say it's not next to happen. >> right. >> you say there's no debt crisis. how would you describe the 16 trillion debt. >> so what i would say, look, there were estimates out there at the beginning of the year we needed about $4 trillion to stabilize the debt-to-gdp ratio. we're about 60% of the way there. we do need additional revenue increases or spending cuts over the next decade, but let me emphasize. over the next decade. not at a moment in time when the economy has 7.9% unemployment and is operating under its capacity to the tune of maybe six percentage points below capacity. this is a terrible time to do what needs to be done, and it's also a terrible way to do it because it's like telling a business you have to cut ever
CNBC
Feb 27, 2013 6:00am EST
, you don't care. >> i guess, but i don't. i don't care. >>> the pentagon chief for the f-35 warplane is slamming his partner lockheed martin. he's accusing them of trying to squeeze every nickel out of the u.s. government faults them for seeing the long-term benefits of the project. >>> and tesla ceo eland musk vowing to pay back an energy deficit loan in half the time required by the government. the company receives a doe loan in 2010 and made the first payment of nearly $13 million in december. >> by the way, did you see yesterday -- remember we had -- there was a big debate about the test drive of the tesla in "the new york times." >> yeah. uh-huh. >> and phil lebeau -- >> went well. then edmonds did one yesterday. >> how did that go? >> not so well. the whole interior screen that sort of is the hub of the whole car, it stopped working. >> i don't understand this debate anyway. if you want to go a long trip like that, wouldn't you take a different car? rent a car or -- >> yeah. phil made the point. this is what you do -- >> andrew made the point, too. >> if you feel green and you
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